7 a.m. Sunday before the professional race, starting at the Parkway. Information is at www.procyclingtour.com.
Dengue Fever and Omar Souleyman. The combination of the L.A.-based, Cambodian-inspired rock group Dengue Fever and Syrian folk-pop singer Omar Souleyman promises to be one of the most inspired double bills of the year. Dengue Fever began performing covers of ’60s Cambodian pop and psychedelic tunes in the early 2000s and started writing original material soon after, performing in Khmer and English. The band has since released four LPs, full of jangly rhythms and ethereal vocals, a blend of James Bond-esque escapades and Bollywood sentimentality. Souleyman was singing at weddings in the early 1990s before cassette tapes of his performances brought him global attention. With modified synth and drum machines, frenetic beats, and impassioned vocals, Souleyman melds the convivial folk songs of the Mideast with Western techno beats. — Katherine Silkaitis
8:30 p.m. Tuesday at Union Transfer, 1026 Spring Garden St. Tickets: $15. Information: 215-232-2100 or utphilly.com.
New this week: Snow White and the Huntsman (three out of four stars) Kristen Stewart is the Grimms’ heroine, but she’s borrowed Joan of Arc’s armor and Frodo’s and Odysseus’ story arcs, in this dark, surprisingly entertaining rethink of the fairy-tale classic. With Charlize Theron sinister and sexy as the queen, and Chris Hemsworth as the titular dude. PG-13 (violence, sorcery, adult themes) — Steven Rea